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Margaret M Bromley

January 22, 1929June 8, 2018

Margaret Mary McMahon née Bromley age 89 of Tampa, passed away on Friday, June 8th. Margaret was born in Ahagha Kilmihil, County Clare, Ireland and was 3rd in a family of eight siblings. She immigrated to the United States in 1948 and settled in Greenwich, Connecticut where she met her husband Jimmy (Hugh) Bromley. They married on February 19, 1955 and moved to Tampa, Florida in 1969. Margaret enjoyed playing the accordion in her younger years as well as gardening and volunteering for the Disabled American Veterans Association. Margaret was preceded in death by her husband Hugh Bromley. She is survived by two sisters, Mary Cunningham of Clare, Ireland and Catherine Chimblo of Warwick, Rhode Island and two brothers, James and William McMahon of Clare, Ireland, as well as nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She will be dearly missed. The entombment will take place at Garden of Memories Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Margaret’s honor to the Tampa General Hospital Foundation. Arrangements handled by Blount & Curry, 813-876-2421.

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Michael McMahon

July 22, 2018

I was fortunate enough to meet Aunt Margaret a couple of times during a few days I spent in Tampa in the summer of 1985. She radiated a warmth of generosity and kindness to others. Those who had daily contact with her would have found her a special person, a one in a million. May she rest in peace.
Our Lady of Lourdes pray for her.
Michael and Catherine McMahon and family.
Stephen and Anne-Marie Mawdesley and family.

Joan O'Neill

July 2, 2018

Margaret Bromley,
A very kind and pleasant Aunt. She always had memories going way back and loved to chat. McDonald's was her favorite haunt for breakfast when she was able to be out and about. She loved to walk and was still able to navigate the neighborhood up until just before her death. It was a blessing she was able to stay in her own home with the constant watching eye of her nephew, Andrew.
Missed by all the relations in Ireland.
May she rest in peace!
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam
Joan, Gerard, Rory, Deirdre & Sinead O'Neill in Ireland

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